A complete and illustrated guide to the coast, The "Access Guide" offers a detailed north-to-south tour of Oregon's Pacific edge, with extensive mile-by-mile coverage of scenic U.S. Highway 101. It provides a convenient and reliable reference on where to go, how to get there, and what to expect.
Driving the Pacific Coast by Kenn Oberrecht
The best way to see the Northwest's spectacular coastline is to drive with this book beside you. Driving the Pacific Coast describes thirty-five communities along route 101, from the southern coast of Oregon to the northern coast of Washington. Find out where to eat, stay, and shop as well as what to see and do in each locale.
Pacific Coast Highway: Traveler's Guide by Tom Snyder
Snyder's book takes you on a journey from the Mexican border to the Canadian border on the road that opened the west, before driving became the endless endouring of multiple ribbons of concrete. Snyder's trip and his insights on US 101 is a must have for anyone traveling US 101. His book touches on 100's of small quaint cities and sights along the 101 with recommendations for lodging and restaurants. Many of the places he called out are not necessarily the most prominent or "tourist trap" type places but rather unique places that capture the essence of the road.
100 Hikes / Travel Guide: Oregon Coast & Coast Range by William L. Sullivan
Welcome to the Oregon Coast -- 363 miles of cliff-edged cpaes, public beaches, wild rivers, sand dunes, rainforest, and coastal mountains. The new second edition of this popular guide to Oregon's Coast has everything you need to plan a trip or a hiking adventure, with detailed information about campgrounds, lighthouses, parks, towns, wildlife, and more than 185 trails.
120 Hikes on the Oregon Coast by Bonnie Henderson
A completely revised and updated guide to all the best trails on the magnificent Oregon coast, including 44 new hikes and featuring natural history sidebars highlighting the various flora and fauna of the 362 miles of coastline. From Fort Stevens to Brookings, Oregon's coast is lined with primeval forests, undulating sand dunes, secret beaches, and towering headlands.
75 Hikes in the Oregon's Coast Range and Siskiyous by Rhonda Ostertag, George Ostertag
The first guide to western Oregon's gorgeous mountain ranges is now better than ever. Completely updated and including 31 new trail descriptions, 75 Hikes in Oregon's Coast Range & Siskiyous is the most comprehensive guide to exploring the region. Follow the roar of a waterfall or walk through towering redwoods. Hike trails that run beside wild rivers or up to spectacular summit views.
Oregon Golf: The Oregon Coast, Southern Oregon, Portland.. by Paul Linnman, Rick Schafer (Photographer)
Author Paul Linnman takes you on a personal tour of the courses in Oregon and thoughtfully conveys the surprising variety that exists in the state. Having personally played most of the best, it was reassuring to see that all the best were covered...there were no omissions. Traveling along with Linnman, you experience through him the feel and highlights of each course along with some fun anecdotes. Equally important is the outstanding photography by Rick Schafer and complimentary layout that brings the text to life. This is a coffee-table book with heart; and the price is right.